[Wine] Re: Trying to get a cdwriter to write to loop device
segin2005 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 19 00:45:58 CDT 2007
> Thanks for the reply,
> > > first I created a 1 Gig empty file:
> > > dd if=/dev/zero of=usarm.iso bs=1k count=1000000
> > > losetup /dev/loop0 usarm.iso
> > > mkdosfs -c /dev/loop0 1000000
> > > mount -t vfat /dev/loop0 mnt/
> > Why?
> After I made this file, I turned it to an iso with vfat filesystem to
> see if cdburn would write to a mounted iso file.
>> Have you tried 'wine cdburn.exe foo.iso usarmy.daa', where foo is a file
>> that does not yet exist?
> [nate at blackbox ~/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/PowerISO]$ sudo wine
> C:\\Program\ Files\\PowerISO\\cdburn.exe Z:\\home\\nate\\temp.iso
> Error 2 opening device \\.\Z:\home\nate\temp.iso
> What does \\.\ mean? Is it actually pointing to somewhere meaningful?
\\.\ referrs to the Internal NT abstraction layer. In actuality, drive
letters in NT are mounted just like in UNIX/Linux onto \\.\
Also, could you please just use the native burner app cdrecord? I am
aware that it complains about Linux-2.5, but to-date I've had nary a
problem with it. It's also simple: cdrecord dev=/dev/cdrom file.iso
(note that using dev=/dev/node is depreciated, but nobody seems to care,
works fine for me)
If you need to burn a cue/bin, CD to the directory of the cue/bin (and
make sure that the filename(s) in the cuefile match CaSe with the actual
files), and cdrecord dev=/dev/cdrom -dao cuefile=foobar.cue
It's much better than your old Win32-CLI app.
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